Dakota College at Bottineau campus successes

October 26, 2018

DCB RECOGNIZED AS MOST AFFORDABLE ONLINE COLLEGE

Dakota College at Bottineau recently rated 2019 most affordable online colleges offering associate degrees. With annual tuition rates under $5,000, DCB is in the top 15 colleges that offer the most affordable online associate degrees based on SR Education Group’s 2018 research. DCB ranked #12, offers 13 online associate degrees at a low tuition rate. Students at DCB can study a range of subjects including Information Management, Photography as well as Paraprofessional Education, Recreation Management and Medical Assistant. To be considered for this list, schools must offer at least 10 fully online associate degrees.

 

ALLIED HEALTH PROGRAMS RECOGNIZED

Affordable Colleges Online.org (ACO) is a leader in higher education information, resources and rankings and has recognized Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) for offering one of the best online learning environments for health students in the county. DCB is rated within the top 25 Best Online Medical Assisting Programs and Best Online Health Administration Programs.  Though licensure requirements vary by state, those pursuing a degree in medical assisting can take advantage of the flexibility of an online degree. The healthcare administration industry continues to grow, so do the degree programs offered online by both colleges and universities.

 

FARM MARKET PROMOTION GRANT AWARDED TO DCB

Dakota College at Bottineau is one of the recipients administered by USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service for community development, training and technical assistance.  The award of $297,325.00 will be to enhance consumer marketing strategies of ND farmers markets and market producers.  Dakota College at Bottineau will increase the capacity of North Dakota Farmers Markets. The state’s changing demographics and increased interest in local foods present great opportunity for farmers market vendors. However, North Dakota’s rural volunteer-

run farmers markets lack the time, resources, and training to effectively meet increased consumer demand. The project will benefit 50 farmers markets and 500 farmers market vendors.